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Myron Moskovitz served as law clerk to Justice Raymond E. Peters of the California Supreme Court. He is the author of Winning An Appeal (Carolina Academic Press, 4th ed.) and Moskovitz On Appeal (LexisNexis, 2015). He has handled and consulted on many appeals, both in state and federal courts. Although appellate courts reverse in civil cases only about 20% of the time, he has won reversals in more than 70% of his civil cases in which he represented appellants.
He is Professor of Law Emeritus...
Mr. Tucker’s practice is focused on individual, family, and small business asset protection and preservation through bankruptcy. Mr. Tucker has helped hundreds of individuals, families, and small businesses restructure their finances to obtain relief from debt so they can move productively forward.
Through Chapter 7 clients have received a fresh financial start while protecting and preserving assets such as income, homes, cars, and retirement savings.
In Chapter 13 clients are reorganizing their debt to protect assets while making monthly payments to creditors. Reorganization usually results in reduced debt balances, reduced interest rates, payment of missed mortgage...
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